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Top Ten Most Valuable Players Who Are Aged 30 Or Older

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Top Ten Most Valuable Players Who Are Aged 30 Or Older

Despite being among the oldest players currently playing in football, Cristiano Ronaldo, Gianluigi Buffon, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic do not appear on the list of the top 30 players in terms of value. With a market value of 90 million euros, Mohamed Salah is now the player ranked top on the list. With Liverpool in the 2021–2022 season, the Egyptian striker won the League Cup and FA Cup.Six other players on the list, in addition to Mohamed Salah, have market values above 50 million euros. The players in question are Thibaut Courtois, Neymar Junior, Sadio Mane, Kevin de Bruyne, and Virgil Van Dijk. In the 2021/22 season, each of these players took home at least one championship. Salah's squad, which included Mane and Virgil Van Dijk, helped Liverpool win the league cup and FA cup, while Thibaut Courtois took home the La Liga and UEFA Champions League championships. Both Neymar and Kevin de Bruyne won their respective leagues' championship.Other players with market values under 55 million Euros were included in the top 10 list. These athletes include Casemiro, Lionel Messi, Gerd Moreno, and Robert Lewandowski. Lewandowski did, however, win the Bundesliga championship with Bayern Munich, and Lionel Messi took home the Ligue 1 crown in the 2021–2022 campaign.The majority of these players, though, are progressively nearing the end of a long and fruitful career. Lewandowski and Messi are 33 and 34 years old, respectively, when they began playing. In the following five years, they may decide to discontinue competing. The only player on the list who managed to score more than 40 goals in all competitions during the 2021–2022 season was Lewandowski. However, Thibaut Courtois is the only goalkeeper on the list who did not receive the golden glove for the La Liga season of 2021–2022.

 

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Firmino tipped to follow Sadio Mane out Of Anfield

As Jurgen Klopp's merciless restructuring of the Reds attack continues, Liverpool is expected to bid Roberto Firmino farewell in the near future.

 

One of the greatest attacking trios in history will be Firmino, Mohamed Salah, and Sadio Mane. Over the course of their five seasons together, they scored 374 goals for the Reds. And Liverpool has achieved all that was possible, coming very near to a quadruple in 2021–2022.

 

However, Luis Diaz's arrival in January from Porto gave a strong indication of what was to come. Due to his impact, the Colombian was frequently referred to as the season's best addition when he seamlessly integrated into their assault.

The biggest sign, however, didn't arrive until earlier this month, when Liverpool broke their club record to acquire Darwin Nunez.

 

The Uruguayan joins Benfica with an intimidating resume and appears to be another wise acquisition by the Merseysiders.

 

This summer, Mane, Salah, and Firmino will all enter the final year of their contracts, giving Liverpool little other option.

 

And on Tuesday, when Mane finished a £35 million deal to Bayern Munich, the first of those departures was made official.

 

Everyone is grateful for him as he leaves Anfield, including Klopp, who says Mane made "it all possible."

"Roberto Firmino didn't play as frequently as he would have liked toward the conclusion of the previous season. He played in almost all of the games when he was a regular.